The Enchanted Alley’s Review
I really enjoyed Jaffe’s Immortal Killers. It’s the first of Jaffe’s work I’ve read. I purchased a signed copy at ConCarolinas in June and bought the second one (directly from the author) at ConGregate in July, as soon as it came out. Why? I loved this one so much.
Nathan is so unlike me that he drove me nuts at times, but that’s what a good character should do — be so real they make you mad when they do something you wouldn’t!
This book was quite dark and unsettling at times, but I love dark fiction, so it was right up my alley (har, har, har…)
I also am totally in love with the covers for these books.
Enchanted Rating: 5
Title: Immortal Killers
Author: Stuart Jaffe
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Length: 214 pages
Release Date: Feb. 22, 2016
Amazon Link: Buy it HERE*
About the Book
HE SHOULD HAVE DIED
Nathan Flynn is trying to get a start in life – law school, internship, and a fiancé. But when he finds himself on the wrong end of a knife, everything changes. He should have died. Instead, he acquires a unique ability – he harbors two souls in his body. If he dies, he loses one soul yet continues on. As long as he replenishes his second soul, he cannot be killed – he’s immortal.
But gaining immortality throws him into a world of government spies, crime syndicate couriers, and elite assassins. A world in which mankind is second class. A world where one has all eternity to master anything, and he is not the only one.
Nathan wants nothing to do with such a dangerous world. He wants to help people, not destroy them. But when he tries to leave, he learns that freedom will be a lot harder to gain than he thinks.
— Description from Amazon.com
About the Author
Stuart Jaffe is the author of the Nathan K thrillers, The Max Porter Paranormal-Mysteries, The Malja Chronicles, The Bluesman pulp series, and much more. His short stories have been collected in 10 Bits of My Brain and 10 More Bits of My Brain. Numerous other short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies.
Stuart lives in rural North Carolina, and for those who keep count, the latest animal listing is as follows: one dog, two cats, one albino corn snake, three aquatic turtles, assorted fish, seven chickens, and a horse. Thankfully, the chickens and the horse do not live inside the house.